Hello MR folks, I had a quick question prior to purchasing a NAS. At this moment, I'm running out of space on my external drive dedicated to music. At this point I feel that it is time to upgrade from an external to a NAS. I was looking at the Buffalo Linkstation Pro (320 GB as it will probably be more than I will need for the immediate future). My question is this; can I use a NAS as an iTunes server? Ideally, I'd like to have it set up so that all my music and photos are stored on the NAS. So when I rip a new CD / load up a bunch of new photos, rather than storing it locally / to my external...they are added directly to the NAS. Is that possible? I'd like it so that its not just my computer that is set up to interact with the NAS this way. I'd also like to be able to have my desktop in the den be able to add music to the NAS and have it show up on all the computers on my network. So an example would be. I load up iTunes and have 0 songs. I rip a cd, and all the files are stored in the iTunes folder on the NAS. When I launch up a different computer, those songs are seen in the iTunes library of that computer, and when the second computer rips a CD and adds it to the NAS, the new tracks all display on the first computer. Confusing, I know. I wish I could explain it more clearly. Extra Credit: It would also be really sweet if future periphreals (Read iTV) that I purchase can access content on the NAS.